Articles by Zack Mauldin
CAT recently received the S.C. Green Fleet Leader Award, presented by the Palmetto State Clean Fuels Coalition.
After a learning curve in its first year, the Labor Day Brew and ‘Que in Seneca is ready to offer a variety of barbecue and unlimited craft beer samples to celebrate the weekend again this year.
When Vangeli’s owner Evan Dimas bought the former City Pool Hall next to his restaurant with future plans for expansion, he knew it needed a good bit of work.
During its quarterly meeting Friday, the Clemson University Board of Trustees approved a 1.75 percent tuition increase for in-state students.
While School District of Oconee County students and teachers won’t return to the classroom until next month, several campuses around the county are abuzz with activity as they undergo some much-needed improvements.
School districts seemingly have to deal with making up missed days each year due to inclement weather.
“Speak softly, but carry a big stick,” famous words used by Teddy Roosevelt, were likely the tactic President Trump chose to use when dealing with Putin at the Helsinki meeting.
Editor: I would like to commend Kerry Blount’s very well written letter to the editor in Wednesday’s issue of The Journal. The “Open letter to the S.C. congressional delegation” was spot on.
We’re all fans of something. Whether it’s a sports team or a celebrity or a musician, every one of us has someone or something that we can’t help but cheer for.
Editor: The movie “Castaway,” starring Tom Hanks, exemplifies the letter to the editor you published Wednesday, titled “Open letter to S.C. congressional delegation.”
Editor: President Trump has demonstrated that he lacks the ethics, loyalty to the United States of America, intelligence and in general the assets and talents necessary for being president.
Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority commissioners could decide to provide supplemental health insurance for authority retirees, but some worry about the burden it would place on the organization.
Editor: On Monday, the president of the United States told the world he takes the word of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin over that of our own government intelligence agencies.
Willie: I’m calling about President Trump’s relationships with both democratic countries and communist countries.